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Sewickley area real estate transactions for week of Feb. 18 |

Sewickley area real estate transactions for week of Feb. 18


Here are the latest Sewickley area real estate transactions:

Bell Acres

Andrew Vernon Mays sold property at Magura Road to William and Erin White for $8,500.

Hayley Botha sold property at 125 Sevin Road to BGRS LLC for $130,000.

BGRS LLC sold property at 125 Sevin Road to Katharine Renner for $130,000.


John Moraca trustee sold property at 155 Kenney Drive to Laura Silverman for $230,000.


John Franus sold property at 223 Elwick St. to Tonia Emery for $990,000.

Richard Stinson trustee sold property at 642 Grove St. to Tabitha and Tamara Latshaw for $1,300,000.

Laura Jennifer Silverman sold property at 317 McCready Way to Andrew Christopher Glavin for $204,000.

James Gearing sold property at 832 Thorn St. Unit 12 to Teresa Hammond for $93,100.

Real estate transactions provided by RealSTATs. Contact RealSTATs at 412-381-3880 or visit

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